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3 Common Sicknesses That Can Be Treated In Our Homes Using Bryophyllum Pinnatum Plant (Tameawu)

Bryophyllum pinnatum is a succulent plant that grows in warm temperate zones. In Twi, it's called (Egoro, Sosompraegoro or Tameawu) . Some people also called it Life plant, miracle leaf, air plant, or cathedral leaf because of its benefits.

This wonder plant has all these names because of the wonders that it bears encapsulated in every part of the plant.

It has many functions in the treatment and management of sickness or diseases.

Below are some of the sicknesses that can be treated using bryophyllum pinnatum;

It treats Leukorrhea or vaginal discharge

Vaginal discharge or leucorrhea is a thick, yellowish vaginal discharge that is caused by Estrogen imbalance in the body.

If there is a vaginal infection, the discharge may increase; this discharge may dry up only to show up after some time.


To treat this condition, squeeze out the juice from the leaves and give it to the patient twice a day, bryophyllum pinnatum, or never die leaf has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties that would handle this condition in less than a week of regular administration.

Treatment of Ulcer

Cut a leaf and wash it. Add six pieces of fried groundnut whose thin brown cover has not been removed.

Add the fried groundnut and the leaf, chew it together very well and swallow it. Repeat this every morning on an empty stomach until you are completely healed. This remedy is very effective.

Treatment of the ear problem

Cut a few leaves and place it beside a flame of fire until it shows a little burnt on the leaves. Gently squeeze it to extract water from the leaves and drop the water inside the affected ear.

Repeat it until you get desirable results.

In fact, these remedies work perfectly, so tell your friends and family members to make good use of it.

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Bryophyllum Egoro Sosompraegoro Tameawu Twi


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